If you’re the traditional meat and potatoes type, you should probably try Cherkees. They’re potato chips loaded with chunks of beef jerky. The good news: they’re not fried plus they’re low in fat and pack 12 grams of protein per serving.
Yes, making your own homemade salsa is a bit more involved than pouring it out of a jar, but not much. In terms of difficulty and prep time, it’s on par with making a sandwich, so why not give it a shot? You’ll eliminate preservatives, loads of sodium, and come off like a real pro when the chips get dipped.
When’s the last time you chomped down on your childhood favorite, the good old PB & J sando? Maybe you’re too grown up for that stuff now. Or maybe you just didn’t know about The Jam Shop’s booze-infused jellies and jams? Drunken Monkey features bananas and a splash of rum, while the Bourbon Blueberry has … you get the idea.
Dude, this is you. We found a recipe for the bomb-ass pulled pork sandwich. We knew you’d be down because this recipe has just three ingredients: pork, root beer, and barbecue sauce. After a few hours marinating in root beer, the pulled pork just melts in your mouth. Trust us on this one.
Right up there with the trusty old grilled cheese and the fried egg, chicken kebabs rank as one of the easiest things to make in the kitchen. But if knowing that making killer kebabs is as easy as boiling water doesn’t excite you, perhaps you should also know this recipe includes “bacon paste.”
Alongside nachos, beer, and hot wings, M&M’s are perfect game day snacks. Now you can get M&M’s in your favorite teams’ colors and stamped with their logos. If you like the Cleveland Browns these NFL M&M’s won’t be that exciting, but then, neither is their offensive line. Sorry Ohio, it’s true.
The folks at Thanasi Foods sent over a bulging box of snacks for us to try out. While we enjoy a good jerky treat as much as the next guy, we couldn’t possibly dive into this much goodness all by ourselves. So, we are passing it along to one of you. They have some interesting brand partnerships that make for unique flavors… like Jim Beam Kentucky Bourbon Soaked Beef Jerky and Vlasic Dill Pickle flavored Sunflower seeds.
Shrimp on the barbie? We’re not talking about your 5-foot-tall friend hooking up with a blond Amazon, we’re talkin’ about the pinnacle of summer grilling: seafood. Get your grill skills in order before Labor Day, man. Try this epic recipe for barbied shrimp and see for yourself. It’s good.
You might like the 100-calorie bags of Baked Lays and those low-fat Doritos that make your poop orange but over in South Park, the kids know something you don’t. Cartman’s favorite junk-food is Cheesy Poofs, and since Cartman would never eat a baked chip and could also kick Chester Cheetah’s ass, I think you know what kind of cheese puffs you should be eating. Coming soon.
If your chicken is usually cooked by Colonel Sanders, you need to step up your game, bird. F-KFC. And instead of the heart-clog, deep-fry drive-thru, grill your own. Get creative. Don’t just take our word for it, let Grill Master/Author Steven Raichlen show you how to do Thai Grilled Chicken properly.